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Mount Vernon signal: March 25, 1921 Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1921 mou1921032501_sn86069561 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal: March 25, 1921 Mount Vernon signal James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1921 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. v i rub 14t Located on BOONE and DIXIE Highways Home of Booncway sm clliriinf W v -4 u. ww wu few ! v FOR A GREATER ROCKCASTLE'' Established 1887-3- tmm mm Frf&v Afternoon. March 25. 19,1 County, Centrally Located 1 between Cincinnati, Knoxville and Louisville Price 4H.3U PER YCAR N 4th Yeaf-N- o.2t M, Vernon, Rockcastle County, Kentucky Tuesday of Inst week Friday to attend the burial Dr, W. K. Gravely of Brodhead of R. March loth at 11:2; o'clock tho .. .,n., was i" "'"rigiit f. u. Mnrshbanks urdayhere between trains gat spirit of one of our highlv e.stcum or to meet his daughter Miss ottnwn purchased a house ed cilzuns, Richanj Emery Alnna lot on mam street, from Elizabeth, who has been in Rich. bright, who was in Ashvillc, Unilo Marshall Smith. Miss mond attending school. Byron North Carolina, pused peico- Carrie Boyd, of near Hiatt who niidEinil Webb entertained tho fully from the sonowund suffer young men of Livingston with a can., to tho God who i has beon',sick for suver.il ing of k pany iasi, ween, tlioso pres- Dick as Rnvi. It. ho out wore. Messrs inn '" " fnuuliary known, was horn Blanford smitli. Mack Martin, O.I., .889, youngest son of MrsJ eclr on bu A. P. LoMaster and Dr. Tyreo.lthey had been Mary Albright and was reared! ,' ?F All reported a delightful time. -- dau,hter that had to bury their " in Brodhead, was well known died Friday in W. BORING, a . . . Mr nllll .tnll.l ..! w and levied by all, for he Kansas farmer, says he has inn irri .tnT' T,lomas Jacohs in Paris .frSunday l1nnl...ll . wli - a tin iwvww.M win J and Monday ents have tho sympathy of all gained twenty pounds and is in wore a p,fffl.a Mnl.o relatives an average . L.istSatur. the citizens of this town as they better general health than he Liiceriul word for all he came in ,.r ., . .. has been in day W R Day, A. E. Rice and onco lived here ' and are good ing Tanlac. years, since takcontact with from a mere infant. Mr? ' Doil"llls RT , Fleming A. P Lemastor went to Mt. Ver- people.,-M- rs .,. 1(111 ,i .. E. L. Cocklrell who to tho oldPst..f ...... ,vi.n., IMKII lilt C.I nll.w...l I ... I non You can fool mrt of thn has been living in Richmond word of his death was received ...,,v.v itiu uunai ui iiiCJi uiuill ' Richard E. Albright people pott of the time, but vou lias returned to our town a gloom wiu thrown over the en and and remained over a fmv thwa can't fool all the MPonle nil th .... m.kn u ... t:b, l - will ui.Ducnuiure iiume uere. tiro community. On Monday he w th relatives. Josh Wilson time, ever since father Adam and -- The plans to organize a com. realizon that death was near, he traded his store building on moinor Jive were placed in the pany hero to mit in a Uht and kissed and embraced the members Main street between tho Smith garden of Eden, mon have loved. ice plant is succeedlne hicelv as of his family and talked sweetly & Company and Lawrence 1. . in. store llmfo..nv und .win ns . nnp nc $iOOO oo has already been sub inn UfTfiKTCiil und'siiTU ho was ready buildings to W. H. Doan for a nine lusts. J. L Picket and scribed and it looks like; it will to go. This helps to sweeten trie dwelling house and lot on Silvea family who have been living in be a go. Uncle J. W. Baker Sr. bitter cup of sorrow. Bis remains St. Mrs. Sallie Barnes rntnrnnH : Lwasin-M- t. jCuw.. weeks Paris .... werebrought hero Thursday. to Stanford Suturdav. after a turnedfor a Livinirston. --Thave-re to ot It h unm monaay. Mc Martin was and tnken to his homo where iml visit with her son, M. H. Barnes over so humble, thero is no place in Louisvtlle Saturday. He too i Friday afternoon beautiful funerMiss- Rissio Oliver is at homo like Livingston, and if a man Is making foot prints in the dlr-al Mirvicos wore conducted by from Cocoa Florida after spend, over takes it drink of Adams ale ectlon of Mt. Veraou. T. E. Rev. J. C. McClary, of Stanford, ing tho winter with friends there out,of the boils here, ho will at a Singleton was in Berea Saturday and he wns laid to rest in the She reports a lovely time. future date return thsro Mm T. J. Singleton has 'moved Piney Grove cometery. Besides Earnest Wallen of Crab Orchard Dee Bryant of Lebanon Jet. is his family to Slate Lick." fon the his mother ho leaves a wife, who who hab been in Ashville North visiting her son, Flovd. at this time being. Mrs. R. L. Wren before her marriage was Carolina for his health, and was place. Mrs. Bryant was once a has returned home to London Elizabeth fliarp, and a with R. E. Albright in his Ia.st student at old Level Greeu, and after a few days visit wit reljjrigm nuio two year old son. days attended the burial here. before hor marriage was Miss atives hert. Mrs. Clyde Clancy 'Richard Emory Jr., and other Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Pike "Since Tanlac has overcome my and Sallie Debord C. J. Rice has re- of Whitesburg has been viliug relatives. Wo extend our heart- children havo troubles I have gained twentv to their turned from Cincinnati. returned while here has gone to Pittsburrfor pounds in weight felt sympathy and commend home at Danville, and am in better after a two there he went to hear Billy gun- - a few days, Miss Ella Mae tlii-to him who alone can com weeks visit general health than for twenty with relatives heie day. Charley says there is no ex Blanford has returned home years fort them in their hour ot We wisn to correct a mistake cuse past," was the straight for a man going to hell if he from Louisville. Mrs. B. w. K. J. M Kinney in our last weeks letter and will statement made 'a few days Griffin and little soa B. H. are take Sunday's advice. was in Mt. Vernon Tuesday of certainly glad it was only a mis go by H.W.Borlng, a well to do Emtnott Quinn has returned from visiting relatives at Ml Vernon last week. Littlo Miss Inez take. Upon tho arrival at tho Lebanon larmer living at Overland Kan 8. Little Miss Elisabeth tjeaa of " Junction. Mr. Quinn is 'Robins returned homo from hospital and after thorough Dnrincr thn ivn vmh T ,oi , jm L. & N. Locomotive 'engineer Farrkton-Bpea- ! " a feyjitfeuwitte "Vi Nicholas ville Saturday night fered I tried everythine 1 knew doctor;, decided it was Easter is next Surida and we her grandparents Mr. Md Mrs. of to get nfter a five weeks visit with not necessary to amputate the relief, but nothing seem-e- d are looking for a cold spel or Wm. Owens this week. Atty. J. uncles and aunts, Mr. and Mm. leg of Claude Owens, he is still to reach my case until I tried a blizzard. The old Tom Cat A. Owens of Mt Vernon was V. P. Rigisby. Mr and Mrs in tho hospital as repotted hibt came in this morning and turn- here Tuesday on a fishing trip Tanlac My appetite was poor John Robins and cousin Miss wee under treatment. Mrs. ed his back to t ho lire, and Sally and caught two eels. What is and my digestion was so bad I Mildred Robins. Mr. and Mr. James Dovault was in Louisville could hardly retain my food. r marked, look out for a bad puzzleing us Is why a man can Nothing Frank Brooks. Mrs. Leila Duke nrst of the week. seemed to agree with me: Mrs. Belle spell of voathor, so this is a new come down from Mt. Vernon in fact, I was and Mrs. Boulah King wore up H ney, and Mrs. Charlev Mr. almost a confirmed and have such good luck, when from Crab Orchard Friday to at- Whortor, of Middleburg attend ouo on us. We got up, hunted ud none of us Livingston folks can dyspeptic. My whole system tend tho burial of R. E. Albright ed the burial of their nephew, R. our over shoes and over coats and seemed to be out of shape. I ordered another load of coal, and have any luck at all. But this is would have pains W. A. Carsons was in Mt. E. Albright. across the I. M. Oraig and we advise every body to do like- what gets our goat, we thought small of my back so bad Vernon, last week beautifying Boguo Brown at times came up from wise. Now the eel was the slickest thine on we bolievo In throwPeoples Bank, with a new coat Lancaster Friday to attend the could hardly move around. earth, but he has nothing oo the I of paint Dr. W. F. Carter sold funeral ofi R. E Albright. A. M. ing away our almanacs nnd " My nerves wore all unstrung lawyer. b E.Hellard was in Mt. to J. W. Kincor, of Cumberland Hiatt is in Louisville this week. leavo the handling of the weather and I would become upset at the Vernon from Saturday until east little thing Gap Virginia,' tho Win. Brummit Mrs. Hiatt and little daughter to tho groundhog and torn cats. I seldom slept - R. E. Quinn and Arch Mullins Monday. Mrs. Emma Jones has well at night and finally, became house and lot of live acres and 6o Dorthy Vernon, are with hor sold her property at the mouth acres of the Howard farm for parents Mr. and Mrs. Bogue has purchased a moving picture so weak and that I lost OUtfit lltld Will Start. a mnv?na of Ford Hollow to James Poynter . weight rapidlv. I was also trouS2300. Ho also sold to Mr. Kin Smitli, near Hiatt. Miss Eliza...D Miss Bertha cor a fine milch cow for $75. Mr beth Gravely is at homo from p.ctureshowin the near future price not known. bled a great deal with catarrh and Carpenters aro working on the Mink and bula Owens of Maret- - of mornings had to spend a half Kiucer anticipates moving hero E. K. S. N. Richrmmd. Mrs. burg was here between trains hour or more clearing up my head in tho near future. Ho was once J. M. Oenu is in Lexington this J. R. O TJ. A. M. hall as they aro Tuesday enronte to Berea to a residont of our town and we week visiting her daughtor, Mrs. going to put tho show in that "This is just the condition I school. Judge Cam Mullins of gladly wolcomo him and his Frank Sutton was in when I began taking Tan. Mrs. Marshal house, another in Livingston Mt. Vernon was here Tuesday on family back. Mrs Kit Martin bmith was in Mt. Vernon Mon- cap. Mrs John Renner of Mt. his way to ioc ana certainly has been a Frankfort. Mr. B. b blessing it Vernon was here Saturday. We to me. It just seemed of Mt Vornon is visiting Mrs. day. Mrs. Kate Tharp and Rout of Stanford was here Mon. Lou Martin and otlior relatives daughtor Mrs. Douglas Roberts u nderstand sho is a candidate for day meeting the promoters to be made especially for my here this week. Mrs. K. J left Sunday for a visit in Junct- S orriiT. Well boys since thev friends and stock holders of the case. I improved from the first. On tho evening of aro our equals in politics and our Livingston Electric Llsrht and Ice My digestion now is perfect and McKinney has returned from ion City. March 14th. Miss Ninu Alhn.ri.t suporiors in various- otlior Also looking nm a. regardless of what I eat I never call Comoiiav. Cincinnati with a beautiful lino sweet and attractive daughter o f ings, me men will havo to nut suitable locat ou to locate the suffer any bad after effects. of hats. She will havo hor Easter t plant. Mr. Rout is an old licrht vmr irui. nun vv nn in. "The pains across my back opening tomorrow. Mrs. D. B, Torrlll, eldest bou of Mr. an' Mrs their best foot foremost. Wo also und ice man, having twenty-eig- ht have entirely dissapeared. The understand there is another lady years ol experience. Albright also has received her J. V. lerrill were bound in holy He hats and is ready to accomodate bonds of inatrimnnv hv Rv r. out for County Clerk. Well we was very much impressed with catarrh has left me, too. and mv N. Bowling, in tho presence of did not start out to make a po- tho possibilities of cleat rinnnoinl head Is perfectly clear. I am no you with a pretty hat for each of Mr and Mrs. W. o Yadon. litical speech, and are not a success awaiting the enterprise. longer nervous and rest well at the' family. - Mrs. J. W. Hearty congratulations und best Ltvineston Lleht and lea Pn will Llewellyn, of McKeo, who has wishes are extended them. bo incorporated for $looo. Dr. night. I have rogainod mv lost Webo informs us that hn still weight and am feeling bolter Jand been under treatment of Louis-villhas some stock left for sale at stronger than 1 have in years. I physicians for two wooks, $100.oo per share, so if you have am going to keep Tanlac la my stopped off Saturday on hor rea few hundred you can get along house so it will ho handy Proba bly there are lots of at all turn home, to visit a tow days without, take our word for it r in and around o.-- burs'. and buy while you have a chance times." with her sister, Mrs. A. J. but on account of tho hav Mr. and Mrs. Victor Francisco Tanlac is sold in Mt. Vnrnnn hv Oliver. Mrs. Emmet Cavol, of ing his fuce buried in writer ovoiy book, Chas C. Dans: in Brndhend hv Stanford, attended the burial of dictionory, etc. trying to nrj- tho Brndhpnrl Plirrtnnnv nml In hor cousin, R. E. Albright. . nouueo correctly tho following Livingston by R. G. Wobb; in and the Walter Miller, of Louisville, also word. I failed to got the "items of Burr by W. M .Owons. attended the burial. 0. 0. interest." Will ask Livinirston Shafer and J. Mont Roberts and any others who wisli to trv were in Mt. Vernon last week. their luck on pronouncing to do Republicans RockC. C. Davis, Logan Bryant, W. T so. Now spell: Davis, W. H. Fish and others Llaufairpwilgwynggllgogetyah. castle were down from Mt. Vernon last wryndrobwllllantysiliogogogock. I hereby announce myself as a candidate or the Republican nomination for the office of Jailer, subject to the action of tho the Republican Voters ot Magisterial DisRepublicans of this County at the Primary to be held in August. I um a Republic a and any people have always voted that I f composed of the trict Vernon ticker. At the last election Ikhad the pleasure of voting for . and Pine Hill voting precincts: Warren C. Hardiag for President. I feel that I have the for thU oceand If npmlnated.and elected I will make I hereby announce my candidacy for the Republican nominathe people a, good offices. tion for the offlce of Justice of the Peace, subject to the action He will care for of the August Primary. Yeer a upper t aai inlueace will be gladly rocelved. I have no long epeal to make. I am ready to hear the wishes of the people and discharge my duties honestYours very truly, ly if elected. I earnestly ask the support of the ladies and gentle- Mrs. BLLHNPRICB. Youts Truly, On Brodhead Livingston ,,t tl, advance MayC',' ,V: ., hX' T", w v" Z f 7T 7? - h-- Pl '6i"ui i' are visiting nt Mt. Vernon. W A. Cox of Mt Vernon was here between trains Monday. J. 0. Mooro, a silver Smith of Mt E. B candidate, but looking away Vernon was here Tuesday uown in tne future we can see a Owens and family visited relvery busy time for thu candidates atives at Sparks Quarry Sunday. Miss Ottie Hurd visited rolatlve about the primarv. Mrs. Fnvt in Mt Vernon Sunday. S. K. Baker of Mt Vernon has returned home after a lew days visit with Price visited relatives at Level relatives here.-- Mr. and Mrs. G. Green Saturday and cjunday. L. M. Oliver Is moving his family to G. Sowder of Covlnetnti ,. r- . Corbin and will make that his wiou. unni mes. onrouto home from Skeggs Creek where future home. To the Republican Voters ot Rockcastle Both Ladies and Gentlemen: leBBBBBBBBBBnelBBBlBBBBBBBWBBBHeBBB IKKKSSmSPSKM iBBeeeeMeeeeWetttBPWKy W vhc WM4. eLBHPr TfWeeeMfc.'.M iLof0 I &. t U well-to-d- o BBBBBK.svaNBHaSBHB8s8s8sBBHBBlBsflMBs8s vi-iti- ' siiiHHHiii HHBRm9 ISIS if, &MSm , iiWiv 'IBiH JHiiiH j iiifiiihiarTBBffBwiffMiiiT' TslWwWlPr''"ir'" I 1 Vernon-feom-'Satarda- JpedJSi I WmJ&rJ tHHeHHHem ;Pvfe.el BeBsBBBLtTBHeKH r b i mm - MRS. JOHN RENNER After being solicited by quite a number of my friends and good people to make the race for Sheriff, I have decided to do so. So I want to say to all you voters, you are going to hear it said by a few people that it is not a woman's place to vote and especially run for an office. Well, if the good women should not run for office, I say to them to stay at home and let the Devil take our County, as he has had control of it for a long time. So it is now up to the good men and women of Rockcastle County to put the Devil out of business. But we cannot put the Devil out of a job, if we are going to select some of his agents to work for, him and that is the way IheDevU jets ail his. workf agents. So it is up to the good people to commence fighting him NOW, and we will win the victory on August 6th. We have heard the men say for low these many years, if we will elect them to this and that office they will do all in their power to have the law enforced, and we all know by past records what they will do, and how can we expect to have the law enforced and be protected against the evils that are going on over our towns and county. If we are going to elect men and women who participate and uphold these evils Well there are a few people who will say, that is a man's place. There are lots of us good women who are doing what the men ought to do But if the women will go out in the field, take hold of the plow handle or hoe handle, or chopping ax, or over the wash tub to get bread 'for our husbands to eat, that is the place, and let the men have offices the easy jobs sitting around smoking and going to the court house or some other secluded place and get a drink of moonshine when they want it. We are not surprised at the men saying the court house is not the place for a lady. Those who are saying that are the ones that don't want any change in the betterment. The place that is not fit for a lady is not fit for a gentleman. We all agree with them that under present circumstances it is not a fit place for a lady or gentleman but we believe the good men and women of Rockcastle are going to have g a this fall and sweep the filth out nnd let none come in and make our court house a clean place for our men and women too' for we have some good women who have to go to the court house to pay their taxes and on other business, and they are liable to get run over by a White Mule that is being sheltered there. Well, my opponent Mr. Clark says in his appeal to the people for this office, he thinks the people ought to elect him because, he was beaten by such a small majority 4 years ago. If the people are going to elect Mr. Clark on his plea they ought to elect Little Tom Taylor for Jailor. So ugain to the men and women of Rockcastle: I know It will he impossible for me to see you all before the election as I am not able to get around like the men, but I will appreciate your vote as much as the man who comes to you with a long smile on his face and takes you by the hand and asks you to vote for him I also say this to you all: If I am elected to this office I will appoint two g sober men for my deputies, to do the riding, and I will attend to the office work, and do all in my power to have the law enforced inasmuch as it is the duty of u Sheriff. As there may be many that I will not have the pleasure of seeing or talking with, I am going to tell you who I am. I know a great many people over the county, for I Nursed over a great portion of the county for 15 years. My father, J. C. Carmical. preached all over this county He was an Old Union Soldier in the Civil War. He wns a soldier for Jesus 40 years, he fought for the salvation of you and your children I am making this race for the good of our dear old County and Town in which we live. So I hope all the people who are interestsd in the protection against the evils of our county will come out on Aug Oth and show by voting for intelligent, sober, men and women. To one nnd all: I will appreciate your support on next Aug. Gth. MRS. JOHN RENNER. donc.-through-house-cleaninlaw-abidi- I for-wa- rd -- , -- a f 1 T ' V run-dow- n , vl - 1 'wmiMnM e GAULEY W. H. hap-penin- Levisay COUNTY rT". iiiiOjij. BBBB- v JBBT Reform To The Of County To the Republican Voters of Magisterial District No. 2 Composed of Quail, Bullock, Pongo and East Fork Voting Precincts. After being asked by a'goodly number of the voters to make the race tor justice of the peace. I tako this method of uunounce-inmyself for the office subject to the action of the will of the Primary Election August 6th. I have always bceaa Jfoj'uMtoaa and rallied to tho support of my party lu both national state and County and if elected I will do all in my power to keep taxes down as much so as possible. I am for bettor roads now and for over and for eniorcing the law. Now won't you help me? so thanking you in advance for your votes Yours HARRISON C. KIRBY g To No. Four Mt. atory qusll-flcatlo- ns it's inmatesproperly VOTE for ME W. B. SIGMON. Ad i oe MT. Alernil At oe VERNON KY Ky. IVimo'Hm SIGNAL hioihI-oiu- j Stnitl Tex MOUNT VERNON, KRIDAY, MAHOU 2ft 1921 .iihII the Ml Vernon, uiiutfr. Published uvorv Friday AXXOUXCKMKNT We arc aiithorhnl Id annoiinru ilibject to the actum of tlie Rt'tmMicnii 1'nrty at next August Primary. IJKTHURUM Kor Circuit Jiuljjo. B. .1. ly U. II. MlLLKR K. J. McKINNKV, l'or County Com t Clvik. KAKI.B riUM.IPS, Ior Cint Court ( r'or County Com l Cleik V. A. CROMIUi ' II. C. KENNEDY. n.o. ci.auic Sheriff WA1JK Tor Circuit Jiiile. T. J, IJALL Tor Cirt'tiit Coiitt Clcrl. For H. MViiSAY l'or Jailer. 1 W.T. (MIX) DAVIS, Circuit Court Clerk. jesse m nnnoKD . Circuit Court Cii-rk- JOHN C. HOWARD Tor Jailer LILTLH'IOM TAYI.Olt Tor Jailer JOHNNY CI.ONTZ For Jailor ISOM II "I'jrutod to Columbus, "SS. 'tiKi nau grciu flic practice of law miccc !t nml conducting big cattle ranchc. Ho wii ulccted to the supreme bench of Texas, under tlio Coi . Ho (Mod tl federate rt'i;iinr veUow fever hi 1873. At hi tlciitli his ('stall.' consisted of 20. 000 aoios of hind in various pot t mis f t lit- stale, of Texas, io,oo IidkI of cuttlo, many houses and Int in the different cities nnd hit; block of stock in the on) lilrond running into his town. Mrs. M. J. Miller, Sr , was liughter of Alfred Smith, Mrs I'.itsy Myers, Mrs. Hraok Grave 1 1 11T tj nmvw.ima Wn Ttr DISPUTANTA, nsmmnnamai nre having soniii flni vonther nod the lurmors nre qI A C Hun uirtv with their work. a' Undod tho ftiu'i.il ol Hiirh'i i.o ir Hurts' Ivot.tiicWv Hurley Vanwinkfe of biduoy Vniiwimh arinorlv ol Madison County but 10 a rollout of Hamilton Ohio. I.ir.oy nnd Ins brother von wrostluii; over a kmfo nnd hU rothor cut otic of the largo ai-cries in Hurleys Itg. Kvorj viitliiblc inouiis w.s used to .top le bleedmrt ' tit to no aviil.doath ion followed. -- P. V. Shear is Mil very Mis Him llirdin is isiting rol.il tvo.s on ( Kar Crook Tpsi1 .nits Cola niwl r.ni'..ii!i Urda v.sitid fricmlti af Niw lope ti.i'tirdtiy and Stuulny A. Hart and daughter Mj rllo wore Beron I'l'idiiy Mrs. Ruth Voods of Conwiy visited hor parents Mr. and Mrs O.M. Payne r f.,1 ' iiltlnlil. " SSimil'll' .v...-- nnil V..HUUU nd funnU of Conway won; the One Measure of a Man's Ability To Manage His Affairs SuccessfulJy Is His Bank Account Tho iimti who consistently and regularly adds to his savings invites conlideiico, Tlio frugal and thrifty niun liuds .1 loady extension of credit when ho needs it. , Kveryoue should .save a portion of Iiih earnings. Wo extend to you tho advantage of our banking facilities, winch will nmko saving easier. WujKiy intorosl on tiniu deposits. Vinwiukle htnday. tie Mn kk GENUINE BULL &. M uirt Mrs. .lames 0 P. Myers wop JOHN IJ. I'ir.r,, 81st District. Rfpreieniatha SAYf.OR. M l'or Jiilcr RI'.V. V.M. CAM MUM.INS For County Judge. b. 1 HOWMAN, County Jiii1k Countv Judge T J. NICW.KY For County Con it Clerk. SHIS. LEILA MAY COOl'KR. County Court Clerk. ForSureor DUNHAM i.i:k wahu COTTON, MiiKlHti-iU- Ith District V M.COTTON CliNSTAULU 4th DISTRICT DM.LAltD l'or Mafflntiatu'lHt Distiiet V V RO 11 11 INS For MnvNtralf fitli Di'lrlrl. John v. maki.or also The offsprings of Flo.vd Millei Did Willis MeKenzie nre great great-gregrand child rnn of Coneial Smith. The graves of General Smill , his wife and son Pendleton, nr. the in Elmwood come tery, near the road side, just b fore milking the turn in going to ward Pine Hill over Boone Way The nboe picture was made i92l, bv Dr. Win Al ion Pusey, of Chicago. at box-tomb- us daughters DURHAM tobacco marlts 50 ood ciaretts for 1 1 in. -- s -- ...la IjlIIiu mill Mil lady ol this place wbmghas bee confined to hor roorngfbr thrc Mis-lunonths is still vory sick. Rnsh spent baiurday niu Sunday with her ctiusiti Effi Kirby. Jess Man us .Who, was n oorted sick last weelt is still ver. sick. . 1 BANK OF MT. VERNON T. J. Niceloy, IHII 1B President. W. L Richards, B a j .'.J T Cashier. S S M A HOPEWELL Mr. and Mrs. Rud Sexton o' this place spent saturdav anr" Sundav with Mr. anil Mrs Win Arnold at Mt. Vernon Mr' John Tavlor of this place is will Knti-thro'awcs at Mt Vernon. small child of Mr. and Mr Oeurge Barnes is nnin bored will Krnosfc Arnold .pent Satin day nigh with his cousin Orville Smwler ol this place Clara Cnrmical speni Sunday with Mrs. Fannie Rati Mrs. Robert Harmon spent Sunday atternoon with Mrs. Tes itio-ttcV- BOONE Uncle Joe Loveu-.Sfof rasaia r& $- Clovei Mrs R, A. lwinford Kit inlay a'icl Sunday. -- M. V. sinloid and wife visit- d Ivirl Linvil'.e Pridaj, w'ho has oeii vory sick Tor the pist -J. S. Swiufonl and A. C Hurt tended the bmuliiy Sch ol c.m v'ention nt Silver dock ehutch iiest of Mr. and Sfc ick 'otttmi is visitins;r relative lero Rev. W. E. lux nt Floren 'illod his rofulna appoinim-it Fairvinw lasi I. jundiiy. am y"Vw tKnfin.inim .- I By THE BOONE WAY MAN U The nbove picture is that of the residence erected about the year 1795, by General William Smith, aud used as tho family residence until 1863. It was later wned and occupied by D. N. Williams and family, followed by bat of James I. White, H. J. Mullins and now by Frank s and family. It is located on tbe Boonsboro division (Richmond road) of Boone"Way.andr has about the same appe'a ranee as of a hundred years ago. Gon- 1 Mul-lin- Gentry and children spent Sat urday and Sunday with her mother Mrs. Fannie Rash Mr and Mrs., Frank Harmon spent andf tlio'lTisii Tamfilcsfeiosely" baturday and . Sunday" with her related, and they to many other paronts Mr. and Mr. Mart Cro Rockcastle fnmilies. George W. mer. John Scott of Bromo was in this part last week surveying eral Smith was one of tho very early settlers of Rockcastle, com ing fruin Virginia. His sons wore George W., Alfred. Eh'shn and James, and daughters were Eliza (the mother of the Boone Way Man ),G!atha, who married Mitchell Maiot. and Mary who married a Hazelwood. General Smith's wife was Ann Fish Tho Marots, Millers, Cooks, Smiths Married March 17, Edri Cummins aud Miss Mayme Evan both of this place. Mr. Curami s is a son of Mr. and Mrs Peti Cummins and Mrs. Cummins is a daughtor of Tom Evans Mrs Henson of this place is with rel atives at Mt Vernon. Mrs. Fred Manus. Car Dolly Vardcn Flour $1-i5 Judge Rider has peP Bag II Lambert sold lico cow to Sam Lijmbut U DHAFNHSS ATARKHAL 575 Mrs. Ijizxio fOrnnt hn fir ANyoT iy JUKiJn cfili. Dav- nt her icTT" ajrphonlion.s, fctl, as TTiev tirsnt of Reroa. Harrfs.m Lam ot ro.u-l- i tlio diseased portion bert of Garrard Count' is um: f il o ear Then1 is o"ly oily way . ft, cun: citnnlml deafness, and nr rola ives hero. --44NI's. J. P isl is hy ucoiiht'tutionul liiiK-il.Taylor wa a visitrfe in Bete utHt'rhul deafness is caused In Two hjys working last weelt. n inflamed condition of tlh- jefMr. Andei at the tunnel here, iucous lininu of tile Hiiatachiuu vere injure son and McNew, 'ube When this tube i inflamed ou have a rumbling found or Monday by somoSSlato roclm perfect hearing, mid when it lulling on muni, uiu fciiuy ur entiioly closed, deafness is thought not to bo seriously hurl. m result. Unless the inlliina Mr. and" Mrs Andrew Wrei on can be i educed and this are the proud paronjs of a fine 11L0 restored to ith normal condi little girl rtamedRoJiB Anna "on, Hearing' wdl be Mrs. Manniu Jphnst3 and little 'orever. M my case of douf esi are caused by catarrh, which daughter of. Fytpjflma Mrs s un inflamed condition of the Laura fluff of J&criniond have uucous surfaces. Hall's Catarrh returned horaeatwyfew days ledicino acts turough the blood visit witljj ri&$'$!V&ik riilatlve? mi the mucous surfaces otlho .". ystem. We Cincinniti, was nTinglinji wiih )ollars will give One Hundred for any case of Catarrhal friends here last veok after ai Dealness that cannot be cured absence of fourteer. years. by Hall's Catarrh Medicine. Cir nlars free. AH druggists. 7J0 For Republicans Democrni-anJ.Chennv & Co.,Tolodo,Ohio all. V. C Fertiliser is tht best of all. Sixteen per cent acii phosphate, cash at car $23 00 pei FOR FLETCHER'S ton Some complete fertiliser t tit your soil aud fityourv crop The car will land here abon April first i5i-- : furm-t-hA-FTon Sunday. im3 .Mttfin beausmthmd- will find a great many oppor- tunitics around the home for Pec GccRENDLAC. VTTT It rcfinfshcs floors ond woodwork beautifully, hrljiht-en- s innrrcd furniture, renews wlckcrwarc, lighting fixtures, picture frames; In fact, restores any worn surface to its originnt beauty. .n vr "1 1 & sSttt&l is made especially for home uses it stains and varnishes in one application. The expense is trifling, and crcat the enjo) ment of making old things new. will keep A protecting coat of l'ec Gcc cvcrytiiing bright and beautiful and Sat the Surfttct. re Cce RE- - WU--I AC In tl:ts horn 30c up. 10 Natural Cold lluW andjtnanul tolois. White, end SUiti. ASK US FOR FREE COLOR CARD n - Jsii!! iiAin if 6411 huSeri SriiTL!jL uirj co: ftOUH OAJJ;A do-troj- pr.AsixE.CAULsrrrr ItKCCtLtett Mut:c!ura Louliille, Ktntjcky J. S. Bowman Mt. Vernon 1 fiV& NT X ; Cliildren Ory CASTOR1 A there's some great political dope in it. Start now and keep up with the stories. Spring and Summer Fashions SEASON 1921 You should read the Signal Why not V. O. now ? Jack Hysingrer. 21 2 50 lb. stands PURE LEAF LARD - $7.50 45 lb. stands WHITE CLOUD LARD 5.25 You are cordially invited to call and sec tho most wonderful linn, ovrr rilTi.ro,) to WO MT? NT'S aNI) ' '.nssRs' HIGH IU.ASS SUITS, COATK, DRKSSUS, SKIRTS, WAISTS and PEflTCOATS. No. J select Seed Oats, J"70c Bert Corn Best White Oats Best Mill Feed Best Hominy Feed lbs 900 I" 65c jf $1.90 $2.00 Best Ground Barley 00$2.OO Bes- - Horse and.MuIe, Id Hrzy fitted AS RKXDYTO-WEA- I AND MADK-TMKASURK us shown in the FASHION BOOK of the VICTOR LADIKS TAILORING CO. CHICAGO Tuxedo $2.25 Best Flour, Best Meal, Every Drop an Asset a dairy farmer you can figure out to the penny what your cream i worth. You know that every particle of butter fat has a distinct value to you. You cannot afford to use a separator that misses any The Primrose Cream'TSepar rator gets every drop of cream. The principle on which it operates is as simple as the mechanism. The frame is open and sanitary the supply can large and low, Every bearing and quiet gear is well oiled by a splash system, In Primrose separators, good workmanship and materials, close skimming and durable qualities, are the distinguishing points. These are points that vitally concern your profit. No matter what the size of your herd, the Primrose is a money-maker. Biscuits stand up like a plug hat, 24 lb Bags $1.5 55 25 lb. bags The styles are mom beautiful than ever and tho materials of tho finest grades 10 bo had, and all in all, the garments aro the very best that money can buy. VICTOR GARMENTS are always reliable and their best recommendation i.j the fict th tt your after yeir, womon of discrimination come back to us. lum vnv; tint they will always get just whit they order, greater values than be h'ul tNewhore, and garments that can and always bo in giod stylo. for several It will be rove'ation and a pteusnrn to ou to look through this beautiful I'Vhion Hook, whuthur you wish to buy or not. sous-mis 11 I got a letter from Mollie. s,he is interested in this Drive and will be with us th 4th She tells ",y fouryears' ry for whiskey and buying votes and ro8J1.e.,S,in0t,t!0nfil0!,UVrerSPe'ld county and using the Hotel for a public saloon. Louisville, Ky Sunday evening. Now. Mr. Rider. I am for you provided you keep your money and give it buck to the people in public improvements, hut if you intend to borrow the money to buy and this heard of others domg ever since I can remember, I am UJJait you. If you to work for Epeople and handle their business and save and give the taxpayer something for their money.Uke.you sell feed and groceries for small profit, that will be all right aud spend your salary Tor public improvemen but If you expect toget you a bunch ,o Hood that county with all kinds of claims and you hem allowed whehe the man is dead or whether he got the goods or not or whether the clbim is rig or wrong. o get your money back for whisky and votes, now male. I am against you Bil It wi alright for you to g,ve your Hilary to the people, but you are not going to rob Paul to pay don t you hink you can fool me. Julian will he out of school this year, and he can or him. seir. and if you want to work for this people years for nothing it olri.n 71i,i you bhull not spend more thun thut o lice nays in .n,e' but itiH i and dress me in silks and buy uuton.ol lies lnlf,pto S?",e t,Ier wuy' every month than two offices like this will I UWe, .mo!'fy you I u "P lttyth,nfi ,,ke this I am for you. De for the stockholde s ui h?,r thestockho going to the old board of directors and heggh will spoil you and t hyou ?wl "bo fHllXm nfe Sfi1-- W,th Birbu!ic?, t,15t he all out before you h.velthing to sell.'right Tain off mentsthat they havelet $50,000.00 get away that . u ' electioneering for Hi,?fiy h"Ve four years instead of te nuStS he n,0"'? do and to uphold the law when they lead the way fS the I 8.W(lre they. d vfola?nr county with whisky and money and told their hinclime ,up ,f!e lerthrfrS ml n and if you did get into any trouble you know w oflfw SnVS M,y s against me and we will have him Id court during my t "m t!te'X and f'i f money and hire us a lawyer and make an order o tax. paye,r 8 t0"mv Tm t0 tiinke a"V 'non'a claim from being paid that votes as he nleases n,i w wfcw iiitil UO, now, i am telling you um Kider I w I not Dinv ?rnfr ,i.i it .,,. t promise and be honest and fair, you can just ." t,do uat ycu h already do is bad enough and I am awfully afruid If yot e hired J ?U out you will' ever. Come in next Sunday I am so blue Lovingly yours, MRS. MONROE MILLER, Mt. Vernon cream. badiGS Tailoring Victor Somen, feet Fit and Satisfaction Comp ny Guaranteed aud Prompt P01 AOhWT Prices Always the Lowest wit Why Deposit Your Money "5 In This Bank 1 oiicstfy TiZl JU ,&B? ti ml d2 " S Lm"t C thet L tZliZ d3Su wh.f. J? SiSiSt UT i tl ,!? niiar and thow you how it operate! and what ill financial advantage are to you. farmers use them with profit. The Primrose is the only cream separator that automatically drains out the used oil from the gear case when new oil is added. Let us demonstrate- - this and other points. If it is not convenient for you to call, 'phone us and we will bring a machine out it is YOUR homo bank Heciitiso its ollieeiri aud directors nre all homo people are all known to )ou, AND AUK YOUR K1UBNDS. Uecauso your frinds aro more vitally interested iu YOUR wolf are than others can possibly bo. Recauso the bunk is conducted on safu. Heeuuf.0 ZJSTH (Dealer's Name and Address) nnd sound business principles, und bikes no clmuous with other puojile's money. Because you need the bank, and the bank needs you $12,00.oo Flojd Miller, Cashier I I worHnXe y. ffJSi 't W MOLLIE. J.M.Roberts Brodhead, Ky. U G. linker, I'uMlcknt Peoples Bank Capital $S0,000.oo Surplus 4 J V f ! Children Cry for FletcSses HANSFORD Miss Oracle Dullock was the of lior cousins Fannie nnd liesMo Uullock'ilt Broino Sunday -- Guy Dyer was tlio guost of Dewey Graves Sutiirday night. Mrs II. II. McKinnoy nttorded churcli ut W. H Graves' Sun. L'osfeie Mullock lei t for Winchester Sunday, ho will enter school unjor llio Government Vocational training. ThlJrc was sorvices nt Ulue Springs Sunday conducted by Rev. Henry Cornett of Public Kj. Guy Dyer, Dewey Graves and Estoll McKinney attended church nt Hopewell Sun. Thoro will be rrnyor services at Mt. Pisgah Sunday Other Uullock was at Mt. Vernon for the show Saturday night. Married last Thursday Udd Cummins and Miss Mamio guct i Bi!eht' nDd Whlch htls been jrcuiu, uas oorno tne signature of Md hfs 'SW T sonalhas bccn made un(Ier infancy. supervision since Its juow. n0 one t0 ;. AU Cjunterfote, Imitations and "just--gooabS trifle with and endanger the health of 0a,nst Experiment. NeV?? ofa?jildrnE-erienc- o Jt T1 liSTRIKt luckY J e Evans. Wo join with tholr many friends in wishing them a long and nanny married lifo Doctor Graves wan the guest of H. N. Bullock Sunday evening. Honry Bloomer and syn Jess ai- tonded church at Hopowell Sun Mr. and Mrs Hugh Robbins wore the guests of Mrs. Robbins' mother Mrs. R. H. McKinney LtZL&ttBBwWueaBaVBH RBaiWKwWaTaTfl I Hiw Mi 'Wfczit riiil mWWttftWm' ... ' ' w.M aTWuL'TwlaMBM aS9KasrS3 BKcssdMli M1 l( iwSCaBBWCix--m- Kr -- irflrflMBBBBBMaf H.V li K Sunday. BmaSBaJDMaZ SjaCBBlaBaSBBB JS J? Da7l?WayS ""'' sm .i'' eUlZ, CIGARETXE No 7" ie bay with a remedy that you would use for yourself. your Castorla is harmless substitute for Castor OU, Xt fa Plcasant Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Ifcj age to Its guarantee. For more than thirty yars it has fer?,8tent??tor.the rel,ef of Constipation, Flatulency, Dla"hoea; allaying Fcverlshness arising 3KSJS Deregulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids SXrS0 What is OASTORf A a & Lucky Strike Is tha toasted cigarette; flavor as Luoky Strike. Beoause same'rfelleteus olar4t has,-th- v ItTonS' fjfnie sXt fi FOUND A CURB FOR IN DIGESTION. "L use Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets for indigestion and find thoy suit my caso better than any dyspopsla remedy I have over tried aud I have used many different medicines. I am nearly fifty one years of age and havo suffored a great deal from Indigestion. I can eat almost any t.htnr t nrnnfr tV nun w, uun, ""! writes George W. Emory, Rock Mills, Ala.vTheso tablets contain no pepsin but stro ngthea the stomach and enable it to digest tno tood naturally. He should have used SWP Hmut Owner: I had this paint put on last year nnd look at it now. fainter: It doesn't take long for tho weather to shor up poor paint. mu Owner: But how was I to know It was poor paint? Tra no paint expert. Pmlnter: It doesnt take a paint expert to get reliable paint these dajrs just ordinary Intelligence. For Instance, you ought to know that there is a Company of paint experts that have been making houso paint for nearly fifty years; making it from accurate formulas, mixing and grinding It with powerful machinery; manufacturing every important Ingredient; putting in just what all these years of experience have taught them Is the best That Company is the Sherwin-WilliaCompany and the paint is known to us painters as SWP' --1 Wouldn't you be safe In trusting such a paint ? ..i The painter h right, as we can prove by score !ii , of-- home owners in this town. If you want ...I your house to stay painted get SWP from us., J s Louisville Cement Company's Community House QENUINE CASTORIA Bears the Signature of .aw. V ALWAYS .jonths. While & By E R.Gentry, Director of Social Work, Louisville Cement Company. sw .asv n The Kind You Have Always Bought COMMHV, Mgw wwnwKiaaaE ,J1" :js vavr f use Tor Over 30 Years m - - Tho Louisville Cement Coinpany's'Corumunily" House has been in oprat'-- for more than eight it k too oirlv yet to sluw the real results of the work dona, we feel that he crucial period is past, and we can spe.ikwitli confidence, not' only for what has actually been acompllshed, but what we may expect from the work as time passes. -- $ S.T. PROCTOR Vernon, Ky. Mtr YOU CAN EARN March is a typical pneumonia month and usualy gives a high $5,000. to $15,000 rate of mortality for tho disease. After a long and hard.winter.fhe PER YEAR system loses much of its resistnnroanrl nnnnln frnm pnroloco When every cold, "no matter how mP6JfaniI!r,ce71JJfS,Salet . . slight.ls given prompt and in- - ust joar. Twenty-onsalesmen earn- e ffitfzmxM - THE PNEUMONIA MONTH YORK CITV, m IT- telligratienfonrtJFQ-tB-mueh-ed-BMre-- rtfVr. ll a WiM 'la it less dangor of pneumonia. It should be borne in mind that pneumonia is a germ disease and Chamber-lam- 's breeds in tho throat. Cough Remedy is an expectorant and cleans out the germ ladened mucus and not only cures a cold but prevents its resulting in pnoumonia. It ia pleasant to take. Children take it I Iff ,, (HAMtlA-- l1i'a, .SUM. The FwiafMade. To-Walk-On Exterior of Louisville Cement Company's Communito House, Speeds Ind., tins an Attractive and Homelike Appearance. Subscribe for the Signal wn well over the $3,000 mark. Business Is Good and is Getting Better. We have already sold this year to date Five nnd One-haMillions more than In the same period lose year. We neod a District Salesman In your section and will give a Live Wire strong advertising nnd liberal flnani support If you are willing to work bard to) earn $3,000 to $10,000 per year, wrlta JOHN H.H El L, Agency Manner I aiXX Stark. Bide LouUvWaV K. lf " I "Made-to-Walk-O- m is the floor finish Because of the superior, special varnish Lustro contains it dries with a tough, glossy surface that wears better than hardwood itself. , HANNA'S LUSTRO FINISH Lustro-Finis- h Hanna's is the right brand for any interior wood finishing you have to do. It will stain and varnish the wood surface at one application. Comes in Oak, Cherry, Mahogany, Walnut, etc. s Sold By T. N, NOE Ky. Mt. Vernon. auu"can'givo Tjoiid wifli personal rcfcvmisV. "ffmfp" THTST -- sureties. Wobicicyou with bij,' .. www- W Is your job uiiMifi ? Is it nor- - selling helps. 52 yoars in busivou want a vile long ness, 20,000,000 users of our nianent? business. You can get into such products. Write for information business Helling more than I37 wheroyou can got territory. Wat kins Products direct to farmI.Il.Watkins Co.Doparlment C, ers if you own auto or team or Winona.Minn can get onejif you are under 5O 20 4tp AGENTS" WANTED' 1 .... The building is constructed of concrete and stucco. It has a front of 78 feet, with a depth, in eluding an L, of 68 feet, which gives a room porch in the rear. There is a spacious lounging gnd rending room furnished with tables and comfortable chairs. J?piBg from this room through wide entrances which h.ivo no doors, one enters the poolroom, where w have .two tables; There Is also a stand aud an office for the superintendent in this jpafft of line braiding ,on the right of the main entrance. On the left, as oue enters, is a rest room lor ladies only and furnished espacially for them, with connecting washroom and toilet. The, auditorium. occupies the remainder ot the "L" and has a seating capacity of about three hundred. For lectures, picture shows and other entertainments seating in this room is provided by folding chairs, which, when not in use. are stored In a room set aside for that purpose. The auditorium has a stage with curtains, etc., which are removable. We use this room for all kinds of athletics such as basket ball, volley ball, boxing and wrestling. When no otherwise in use, this room is loft open as a playroom ror the children, where they play all sorts of games when the weather prevents them from playing out of doors. In the basement wo have men's toilet, shower baths, a barber shop and necessary store rooms. The building is steam heated, electric lighted, and has hot and cold water, all furnished from the plant, which is only a few hundred feet away. In the rear of tho building is a tract of several acres of ground which is being converted into a park and playground. We already have a tennis court, volley ball court and croquet ground. Shade trees have been planted and other improvements will be added to beautify the place. The front has been sodded, making n boautif ul lawn, in which there are already four large trees. JfJt have flower beds nicely arranged, and tho walk adproaching the building inawld,e circle jiad been bordered w 1th hedge and flowers. Projecting from each of the four French doorwaysV froat are decorative -- CrownUveialls COME in and we will show service, lasting f WORLD WORKS IN you why? satisfac- tion are built into them. Yet they cost no more than others not as good. That's why they're the choice of that's why they're the overall for you. Get your next at i . I I . -- . 4,000,000 men. And Pr IVlUllllllO lr - ,- Mm SbbbbBIbK ' . f M$ ,. BfaK & eBBBBkBBcBaBrVBaBK. aBBBBaSHBHTDlaftr'I4BV' tBBBiiJarWtPC'.. 1V lJa.lnli 1 ?R Livingston Ky. co. Price . Mfg-- 'C viJBBBBBBBBBBBBsi ;jr". msMHsfm tsSsiltES WsKmrWr afafaaffaffBI awaYaYawaYalH UNI0N MADE c o. m em-- WHAT thru bakir failure must be added to baking costs it has to be paid for. Calumet Baking Powder ou lose wL ' hlMIbbbbKbIbI " u-n- eSKHbH HUflB HMMbHMI ISP HnHBEBHa4 " MM ''feWOBJi jmf will save you all of that Because when you use it there are no failures no losses. Every bak-Inis sweet nnd palatable and stays moist, tender and delicious to the last tasty bite. R "w BE. id ' Sml" " That's a big saving but that isn't all. You save when you buy Calumet and you save when you use it. JHMhBbHbIbbbbbbbbbbbbH Spacious Heading and Reception Room Connects with Poolroom at Left and with Decorative Porticoes, Through French Windows," at Right iHKwtjiijK ijf Hfln Bkma &&& IglffrMiiMBiBWM fill tall ELmEsMumENIM ' 9v;tv'BnBIVHBVBslBBBBHOTXs3N i BflBBflBflBflVaBflKIBa6, JaW'Bfcl IBBllBBilfitt&lBBuBBaBDQ At HrseBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBSBBSSfiBBBBSM dBSBBBVBaBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBSBBBBBl BflHBBBBBBBBBBWflBBBBBBBBSl EVER BILIOUS? Charleston, Miss. Mrs. R. V. Heins, of this place, says: "I have never had to use very much medicine, because if I felt headache, dizziness, or colds, bad taste in the mouth, which comes from torpid liver, I would and it would take a dose or more of straighten me out and make me feel as good as new. We have used in our family for years Black-Draug- ht, m pfjH CALUHET BAKING POWDER "fiEST.BY TEST" Jlg C4" Cftlonoet porticoes and largo porch or window boxos filled with flowers, which give a touch of beauty and freshness to tho interioras well as tho exterior of the reception room. A short distance irom the build, ing wo plan to havo a real athletic Held. We already havo a good base ball diamond here and bav built a grandstand that will acommodate about three hundred people, and can easily enlarged. Tho building and grounds have been furnished and equipped by the company. This equipment includes two pool tables, all tho tables and chairs piano, Victrolft, with a nice sec of records, and a spltndid moving picture outfit, lt also includes athletic equipment such as a wrestling mat, boxing gloves medicine ballvolley ball and net, basket balls, indood baso balls and bats, as well as all kiuds ot small games such as checkers, rook, etc. THEDFORD'S It is reasonable in cost and possesses more than the orwhole-eomene- dinary leavening btrength. You pay less and use less. You get the most in purity, dependability and Sunihlnn Calcs Recipe Vi cup of butter, lated sugar. 2ti cups flour, 1 cup water. 2 level B teaspoons Calu- I Powder, 1 tea KUka'frJ'U IH BbBTT A Woman WroU Mina., Dacaiba SSSSSSSm CHAMBERLAIN'S RhiMKDY NOTHING P SBssBSBsBw to'aw nrrm way to keep down baklngcosts.That is what has made it the world's biggest selling baking powder haskept Ft the favorite of millions of housewives for more than thirty years. Good wholesome bakings can be made only of good materiais no other way, so use only Rood baking powder anoTgood "plain flour (not In every way it is the host lcups granu- j by L4 COUGIT A.1 JUNOWmiM, TttTTEB.or SO GOOD m our ilik. A otnvr 7 iccninr box at aieca.es. FOR A COUHG OR COLD. Try a cent "Every body who has used D In th U HUNT'S Salv treatment of ITCH. ECZKMA. Montr back without qncitlon flli met uaicing spoon lemon, Pioneer Drug Store I tall UnmluUxunt rat taaiaamalnitUaV. Baa rcre taUsf our est. oats, cats; had hill nriaf In our cellar. IwetlKaUSnaptortwodaxtaodranhan katcdoutcoof4ctelj- .- THrteike:JJc.CJc.Ul. SJJ tad (uuaatavi tf H..r.ltU..A.W,1lMiJt.l:r Camay Nam, ftUtWUini Black-Draug-ht and it certainly Is the best liver medicine I ever saw. It has not only saved me money, it has helped keep my system in shape, and has never weakened me as so many physics do. I recommend it to my friends and am glad to do so." is the old, reliable liver medicine which you have doubtless heard much about. When you feel badly all over, stomach not right, bad taste in your mouth, bilious, or have a headache, try At all Druggists. Thedford's Black-Draug- ht Black-Draug- ht. fere Dri SUre C.C Ctt v.Tn'on yolks of 9 eggs. Then mix in tho ' regular way. READ the SIGNAL dour). " CASTORIA Children Cry FLETCHER'S FOR Chamberlain's Cough Remedy speaks well for It," writes Ed ward P.Miller, AhotUtowo, Pa. People who once used this preparation are seldom satisfied with any other, it is jtcellont to allay a cough or break up a cold. C.C.WILLIAMS .w Hrnaya-tMtVernon, Ky Will practice in all the CoarU, Stat and Federal. Offlco on CUurch Street, Always Insist on the Genuine! T4 V Bill Davis says, became six Mr. nnd Mrs. H. G Isaacs and years ago ho wjs defeated in the children of Elgin spent Saturday night and Sunday with the Mt.Vkrnon, Ky, Mar 25, 192' Circuit Clerks office he ought to family of V E. Anderson Mr. yOUS ( tCT TAYLOtt J bo tcatnl. ami Mrs. CurtU Bulk-cof Wnbd Tom Ball says ho hns n hotter spoilt Saturday night with her reason than that, he Is the omy parents Mr. und Mrs. Emruo Hasty. John McKinnoy was Ball but what is a democrat. Hilled to Souiursot last week on says, ho Is young ac .01111 1 of tlu surious illness JoisDeBord renson why you should look your best on louiviilxNMiutR.R Co. and lust got married and is hav ami ik'.iMi of his ing his fun, they ought to elect Walter Debord, who died at the is everybody else hosp till whuru he had undergone him on tho run. 7 pm an operation. Miss Lena Mc 2 north W.H. jJAR M I CA L. Williams of Bandy does ; even the old earth makes an effort. spent last IL a m 24 north week with Essye Brown. "WTP m C.C, Davis, secretary Chatau Swunnic Price was homo 28 south from 12:112 am qua Committee, advises us that buy clothes for men one occasion; U douth Livingston Saturday and Sunday. our Chatauqun this year will beM E Burton Jr. was calling JAS. Landrum, Agent long afterward wear them afterward. gin about July 1st and continue on the merchants here the latter Phone No. 8. for six days and nights. The part of la:) week, and stayed they'll depends on how they are Huntluv uncle White & Myers pooplo are com; over McMullins with his Thomas Hugh A. I. ing back and promise even' be- and f.iinily spent Saturday and they are made of. made and tter attractions than Inst year. Sui.day with his parents at Jack Debord is erecting RE. Masliall is homo this Dr. C. Tyree, Denist of Living- him a dwelling house on week. ston leaves Saturday for Plnla Brirkley Latham farm. 1 jCjT I frM II J ou "t 09. A. Olivor was up from Bro- i- dolphin whore he will take a post left Friday for Colorado for his J. "" f Mrs Mao Mullins and health. graduate course in the Adminhead Sunday. are made cf ol daughter, Connie, spent Sat fabrics, perfectly tailFred Baker is installing picture istration of Ons nnd Conductive urday with Mr. and Mis. A. C. ored and styled right. Anaesthesia look their Sowder. show ut Livingston. Mrs Roscno Poteet of Cjjratfford Bee Lick spout most of the week V REMEDY FOR up from best as long as they last ; and EXCF.LUJN Mr F.F. Francisco was means a with her uncle J L Hasty while CONSTIPATION. B rod head Suturdry. Mr, Poteet was Garrard in long time. if It would be hard to find a County looking after some busi1) R. Brock of London is here IM remedy for constipation ness. Mesdiiuips better Win. H for the Baptist revival. Chamberlain's thnn Tablets Brown, Mae Mullins Henrj Satisfaction from They are easv to take and mild Todd and Miss Lena McWilliums Adam BryaUt was homo rWCAR and gentle m elTect Give them a spent tho day Wednesday with Covington first of the week. or ' FISH'S till when you havo need Mrs. Clara Anderson. - Mrs. Robert Fish was home from ti Special Money Back Mary Ping who has been so low kCLOTHES school a few das this week Sunday was tho last day of a with tuberculosis is not expected Mens and Boys Outfitter Misses j Celm Wade Hiatt and rovival held at the Christian to live but a short time. Mr. y Berry Ping and Miss Jnlia Sterns Ruby Coopor were in Richmoud Church. The services, wore wero marrieiTat Mt. Vernon iast TtfotuTay. bv Rev. Thad S. Tinsley THE STORE THAT SELLS FOR CASH week. Theso are nice young Jesse Meadows and wife of assisted by Rev. Howard Burnette people and we wish thera Corbin, are visiting in Mi. Ver-n- local pastor. Fourteen wore reCurtis Bullock, youngest Card Of Thanks NOTICE: Just received a car ceived into the Chuoch by con- son of Mr. und Mrs. J. 11 this week. Wo wish to express our thanks, CATARBHorCOLDinHEAD load of Daybreak Fertilizer; high Bullock and Miss Ada Hasty, Miss Ruth Landrum is home fession and two by letter. of Mr. and Mrs. Emet to the many friends who have grade, price right. You will find This meeting was well atieud- - daughter from liouisvilie for a vek vrattri Rev. fames Cummins filled his Hasty were married by Rev. been so, faithful and symnathetic me near depot. Can be instantly relieved by simped and much good is sure to fol James Cummins, these are high during tha rescent and (loath of regular appointment at Freedom witu home folks. W. H.Brown, Mt Vernon, Ky. ly applying a little MINTOL 11 ly respected young people and our husband and son, Richard E. Saturday and Sunday Jack Mrs. Cbas. Thompsonand baby low. 2Ji?J have best wishes of all. Mrs. M. A IbriglitjiUa ij oi'.ihe.mary .floral. .?112LlUi'JIi:OJnQ-ga.vx-aso4,4aPleasant-to-n-- the nostril.-are visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. G. E -- Price has Unproved- - tbe- STORK HOUSE for rent: the Saturday night, all repurtou a MirBuetirrs-weei- cr and there is nothing better. appearauco or ner dwuillug House designs presented. old Hansford stand Be-- t in the H. H. Mink and M.s.R.E Albright. nice time by adding a new porch greatly Mrs. Mayme Oldham of Louis- fttoner back without quettioa County, can furnish dwelling Mrs. Mary Albnght family have moved in with his on fr.nt. Little Hazel Meect Salva foils In thi ville visited her mother Mrs. U HUNT'S of ITCH, BCZSMA. trtatmtnt To safe guard our little city house if desired. See, write or father-in-lawas very sick last week. Mrs. Mr. Bill Brown. Brodheae, Ky. INQWOKM, TETTER er Mahala Jones first of the week. call, W.M.Bullock thar Itchier ln dliatta. Jotham Brown is very sick. Ed MNses Vira and Marie Brown and more especially our young Mae Owens of Garrard Try a J cant box at our rlk. Mt Vernon, Ky. Mrs. Brown and Wade Mullins attend- TRUCK HAULING: Cheap and boys and girls of today who are 21 tf. spent Monday night with Chris County is visiting her brother sbvd Pioneer Store ed the stock salesDat Mt. Vernon efficient. Let me figure with you tine and Bettie Owens. Mr. and the fathers and mothers of to- FOR SALE: 50O bushel of K. Monday. Rev. Gontrv on your short and long hauls. Mx. James Meadows this week. filled his regular appointment .irs james Mcriinuoy were in morrow must bo the slogan of good corn. See, call or write. L. D. Bryant. 01 our at Frioodship, Saturday and Sun. I n loving memory Mrs. Lewii Cooper who lias R.L.Smith. Hiatt, Ky. Mt. Vernon Monday having den- our entiro citizenship. It is my been quite sick for the past week daughter, Alza Logan Sowder. Hobait Brown is borne from 2I-Master Keith opinion that the religious leaders, Rev. Howard Burnette of Mt. tal work done. Maude Vernon, will preach is much better and able to be Death bus visited our home Corbin this week.--Mr- s. upheld by all the lay organization at Rose Hill flro.vn has tmistlitis. Mrs Loin FoR SALE: A set of double and taken from us our dear one. Brown spent Saturday night and next Sunday afternoon out again. be lormulatlug plans Buukhnseatul daughter Mnrgret should 1:30 Sunday with her mother Mrs. J. Alza Logan was just thirteen B whereby the vices of our city buggy or surrey harness and Patsy Johnson and three other There will ; an all day rervico of New York are visiting ln-Thompson who was very sick pole. A no.l, outfit for the money brothers of Lebanon were in Mt. years of age, but God in his Debord who died at and a egg hunt for the young parents Mr. and Mrs. G. W. which I am sorry to say are so John A Ball, Harness merchant, was folks. Everybody welcome. Vernon Tuesday to assist in tho wisdom saw fit to coll her from Somerset last Monday Marler. Miss Lulu owuns was many, should bo surpressed. 2i-Stanford, Ky. us and take her to a homo he brought to' Mt. Pleasant Chapter work. with home folks first of the week. There are iufluonces for evil for burial. Mr. Debord had prepared for hor. She was a A BCAt fLCSH BORDER. abroad in our town which aro.far Mrs. Kllou McKiuney contltue Mrs. Fannie Adams who has AGENTS WANTED was an upright man and had pho very sick. - Mis. fioph a Qwens more reaching than we ever been visiting in Paris and Stan- member of the Baptist Church many friends who were sorry to Lady or Gentleman Agent phates such as pliysiclatls nil over the Kentucky, and was ao hoar of his untimely death, he and children Helen and LaVern have thought and I further be- Wanted in the city ot Mt. Verford for the past three months, at Paris tivcly engaged in all the Christ- leaves a wifo and six small child- world are nrcsci'lbim; to build nil run of Willilla spent Sunday with Mrs lieve it is necessary for immediate, non to sell the genuine J. il. returned homo down, ticnilouonduion.an( ian work she could iind for hor ren who havo the sympathy of all and for reaching steps to be takon Watkins Modicines, Spices, Exthin, oticmlc women with tonolcM tis- - Mary Owens. Sum II. mm is Everette T. Mullins will leave little hands to do. Her presence tracts, Toilet Preparations, etc. James Vanhook and family left hucs, flabby tloiih Into the most neautl- on the sick list. Mr and Mrs. that tho chastity of tho young All or spare time. shortly for Chicago to enter nit in A may be protected. tho home was like unto a last week for Covington where ful, and round Was" H(:,,)" n,ltl fanilly Let the opportunity to get intowonderful fcpent he has a good position, Charley formed women imaginable. " on a course of vocational trainbusiness in the darkness, oh how lamp strength of the .combined church for yourself. Write today for Brown has rented his farm and ing at the instance of the govern- wo will miss NOTICE: Dr. Ercderick Jacobson Saturaay night with Mr James hor, but wo Ituow will move there. Mrs. Coleman ay: builds up nil Brown. Bertha Mink brothurhood exert itself for a free particulars and sample. ment. conditions in a few ilnvs our loss is but Heavens gain, Broughton and coildron of Three purer and more sacred social atJ.R.Watkins Co. tiiu wonderfully It is G. 0. Hatcher, Robt. McKen- - may tho memory of the many, Fork Mont are with her parents Pioneer Drug StoiM, dispensed by Ky. at d LuU Owens loft 1 ueday for mosphere Let schools lend every 62 Memphis. Tenn. Mt. Vcruon, TJereil t0 entor scl,00 for ,lle zie and Mitchel Owens were up many lktle kindnesses done the Wm. Hurst. They will likely bit of educational ability it has to 2o-- 4 tp. ' spring term Miss Oleo bexlou from Corbin Tuesday. Mr. Owens family and others every stay make their home at Somerset. Hasty is in Harlan where will leave for London in a few the young boys and girls, that WANTED: Men or women to took the Royal Arch Degree in fresh in our minds. Our daugh- be has a good position. (lavs In lint a .'in niinr;itinn nor. they may not be over taken by take -- .. ,.. . " orders amoug friends and Masonry, .!.. i. ..i ter died March 17, 1921 at our formed. Mrs Aretha Helton a,ultt:s wmuii aru VmkkV uh uvory neighbors for thegenuine guaraDexter Ward of Hamilton Henry Daily and family motor- home, DeCoursey Kentucky and corner, tiave we any earthly Ohio bus. been vMting hor sister anu cliilUren spent Monday with ed over to Stanford and Somerset we laid her to rest in the possessions so dear to our hearts nteed hosiery, full lino for men, -- . v h, Mrs Joe Roberts unuie first of the week. Henry reports Skeggs Creok cemotnry March our children, then why should women nnd children. Eliminates Singleton-hrx-!been very. i,ok' Bemingha.n ui Harlan County istlls uou uu up darning. We pay 75c an hour for the roads in a very bod condi- 20, 1921. We are great ful to any auu umu auy UI,U for a few wu Mesdames with his father-in-la- w spare time, or $36.00a week for for some days motoring. tion for andalLwho .helped us bear jjjir" Rissio McKinnoy of everv thin' that is in our Power full time. Experience Junnecos-sary- . Laura Lear and Hager Bumham days.-M- rs. heavy burdens. Mont Roberts, Everette WatIf you arc troubled with pains or Level Green spent Monday with t,mt wUl slrohen a,ld Purty Write International Stock"This is the path that is us aches; fuel tired; have headache, wero in Mt. Vernon last week hor naronts Mr. and M,s. T. v. tUe,r HvInS son, Gov. Frith, und several Mothers are you shopping. Uncle Jim Lucas who ing Mills, Norristown, Pa. lo t. j. others were up from Brodhead the dawning light, that shinoth indigestion, insomnia; painful pas? has Mr. nnd Mrs. Noah atistied as to tho way you let in Richmond tor Grffin. been your daughters g& to tho movies SWEET CLOVER AND HONEY Tuesday night attending a meet- more and more unto the per- ago of urine, you will find relief jn has returned Tipton spent Sunday with J. S. several days, ing of the Mt. Vernon Chapter. fect day." Sow sweet clover, cheaper and Grant Noo is visiting unchaperonud, out lata ut night, home. -- Albert Rigsby was in Helton. GOLD MEDAL Mr. and Mrs. GjO.Sowdet yes, too late in automobiles? better than red clover. Buy T. 0. O'Maittleft T esday for Harlan Robert Ham in relatives and friondw London Monday. DoCour.sey, Ky. aro you entirely satis- - rect from grower, sppcial scarified Lynch to accopt a position. We of Ottawa was here to County. Roscoe Williams of t is lied to go homo at night and seeds for prompt germination. regret very much to loose Mr. NOTICE see Henry Patkorson' who is ylace bus been very sick but is leave your son to nang out til. 12 Prices and circulars free. Also is one of the best O'Mara as be improving. I am now agent for the DanSum Sayers is remedy for kiitxty, vory sick. Several of the citimechanics and auto repair men ville Laundry and have my Tha world's standard add troubles and zens of this place wero in Mt. moving to his now home near or 1 o'clock and listen to profaui prices on honey. llvtr, bladder and uric JOHN A. SHKKHAN. in this part of the state. basket at Fish's store, I have to National Remedy of Holland since 1699. Vernon Monday lo attend tho Brodhead. Mr and Mrs T, B. ty and the dirtiest conversations Three sizes, all druggists. Guaranteed. PAUIOUTH, Ky. pay cash to get the laundry from Look for the nsrae GolJ Medel oa aTery baft Lucas land sale. Rov. Asbor of Dillingham gave tho youug'folks lie could possibly hear ? I men K V D. $JO 4 and accept no tauutloa express office and will be coma party Thursday 'night. Had a lion these things hoping that we filled his regular appoin London FROST PROOF CABBAGE all may have more soboi thoughts pelled to c ollect when laundry is at Oak Hill Saturday and large crowd nnd all reported a as to whore our boys and girls Quito a bit of excitemont was PLANTS. are nice time. I) L. Lilliugbuni and Messrs John Hilton and Chas. delivered. Thanks in ndvanco. caused last Monday night by a Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. A M. We have millions of the finest family of Ouall visited his father drifting. "Thousands of young Jack Fish. Bradbury are sporting new Fords fire near the residence of Mr. Hiatt und little daughter, Dortliy girls copied tile head -- dross and open field plants ready now. J. W. Dillingham of this place. bought from Johnson motor Co., NOTICE G S Griffin on Dixie Highway. Vernon, wore the guest of her mannerism and the fecial make, Early Jorsey, Charleston one holding claims It proved to be some burning parents, Mr and Mrs. R L. J. N. Griffin will leave lor his new To any Parcel post Flat Dutch. up of the most famous screen The many tnends of W. H. Smith, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. home in Ohio next week. against the estate of Josoph L. brush. Vanpires. And hundreds of our paid,30o- - $1.00, 500 - $150, Spradlin will bo glad to know Taylor doceaspd will present Express .sOOO Mr Griffin asks us to thank his John H. Soward and grandson young men brought to a court of that he is well and lives at Hunts-vill- e same properly proven, and rehomo NOTICE justice, trace their down fall to $7.50, n. many friends who so willingly Everett, havo returned Send for Ala. uu attempt to copy the achieve A.M. Hiatt, ceive payment. and hurr'odly came to what they aftor spending some months in To the people in the town lim- ments of screen Uoros of un- - prica list, sweet potato and toma Edgar Mullins, oastern Ken-th- e Mis? Illinois. Villa Grove, Adm. 2J-- 3t believed his assistance. of Mt. Vernon Ky. your ntttn certiun morals." Then why not to plants. Parker Fnrms, Moulrepresentative of Calumet Dolora Boyd was called to Cor its is tlon called to Ordinance No. 47 as parents ask that tho suggos trie, Georgia. Baking Powder Company was in bin Sunday to see her little in regard to the Chicken Law live and immoral parts of pictures town yestarduy. nephew Cecil Boyd, who is ser Baby Chicks which is in full force und Effect shown to our cnildron be out out iously ill of bronchial pnoi rnon'a .. mis noKt oirran necjta and replaced by things uplifting P. Q. Griffin, one of our oldest April 1st, also yonr attention is ami character building. Rhod. bland K.d Charley Lear and Edd Adams Whit Luboro and most respected citizens died called to the Sanitary condition Pe-ru-From flocks. At Wo still seo signs of the boo- twere In Paint ,Liok last week. reasonable print, wltn taf night about eleven o'clock last your promises such as open logger iu our little city arrival guaranteed and all How 'hero attended the of Several from chargea prepaid to tout door. Tho following lotter written He will be burled tomorrow at has Frea circular tent on raquni. Albright at closets, old bamesthao are being long, oh, how long are wo to bo funeral of Dick from Detroit, Michigan Is no snap and to me is worthdone vrondera its weight In Elm wood Cemetary, HFRY infected with this most dangor KY naiuiuti, 340 w..t 40. ky. HATf judgment expressed on tho merits gold. I shall continue to use lul'an badly used and Hog pens and Brodhead last Friday. Lexington, of the woll- Bordes of Crab Orchard was other filthy places. This mus be ous evil. Oar course is lust and as long as Rev. Degarmo, noted Baptist Knowncatarrh remeoy, theirs unjust and there are but Never have more than ono I live and recommend here Sunday. looked aftor. Evangelist of the south, is here uui, ruujur a mniuro, to my friends who are few 01 tliem and Hundreds ol us sober opinion formed troubled with catarrh." DoBord, Marshal. m a meeting and having good whut will wo do? Citizens thoro trouble at a time. Some, peoplo after a full year's trial. and Jot in P.D. Sale; house For Nothing can be moro is strnugtli in uuity lets get to havo three, all thoy havo now-- all This is tho way Mr. crowds. He has a singer with convincing than an enBrodhead: A 7O acre farm, lyi Michael Kako ot 909 gether and tight these evil? out they have had all thoy exdorsement pf this nahim and the music Is fine. Rev. East Palmer Avenue, miles from Brodhead; will take ture from an actual of our city, what say yous. pect to have. Degarmo Lsagood speak 01 and user. There are many two good cows on eithellplaco; Tfca NMkm'm Half 'It- 0. C. Davis. writes "After peoplo In every comwe predict be will do lots of f ffnnli. lTin...rfif using year (rood terms: also one fiv for munity whoso experiby not mus aa ianiii about ono year will say I' good hero. old stallion. NeaasiBA ence, Inuring I bave found it a vory has been Identical with I Positively eradicates b. W. BETNURUM VrV ifAAi.lil.iiilwiffwii - MX6 I good medioine for caPLOWING W. A. Tyree, Mr. Fako's. It is the iaaiaH ATTORNEY AT LAW tarrh. It has helped laiiaBB mataooa acalpa atops falliu batr DISCINO standby for coughs, Brod ead Ky 'j pnxaoioa kizunaottTovUi aiMtruaUa, For Infants and Children MT.VKKNON, UY. BELT WORK io a great ueai ana 1 I have and boweloolds. catarrh. atnmiuh beauty, bUii action IramedUta ant Am. very well satisfied. Will practlco in all the vuurt. wrtatn. " CoamntM. disorders and all cai In Use For Over Years TmrBwrorwrlie-'gained in weight, Of aaa BSa SIGNAL MT.VKRNON MY OPPONENTS EXCUSES ILE V-- L-G-REE EN i. - EASTER IS THE TIME j7 To Look Your Bsst that don't DO TAILOnJNG sou-ln-l- an ONE EASTER SUNDAY BUT you'l just How PERSONALS "Look Your Best" what Bot-Lick- Fl HTS Special CLOTHES 9 all-wc- ill They that . I mnmi !VernonJ$. con-ducte- d pros-parit- y. ou SPRIO NEWS ECZEMA' Drug L ter ZMHHHHT w, -- 2t b-- r Wed-uesd- ay 3t Tue-iday- . rosy-cheeke- d Mis-.e- run-lo- n HIATT v w -- DON'T DESPAIR .ii i j 111 WKSJErinS? sday LOCALS -- Wake-field- s, 1000-$2.- 50. a000-$3.- 50, 10.o0o-$i2.5- - After Thorough Trial a Detroit, Mich,, Man Endorses na "PE-RU-N- A a, FaVjR high-layin- stt 1 Lucky Tiger 1 Mm$fit At arvaf Tractor CASTOR 30 (DCXXXi Church Street A L. D. BRYANT, ' Mt. Vernon, Ky. eat and sleep tarrhal conditions. well, tny bowels aro regular and rut up in both tablet and liquid better color in my face. form, BOLD KVKBTWMBr. CASTOR Children 0: FLETCHER'Sj FOR M Brbrs. tl BaatasQB.Ha. DM UOTlKBCa lloner-Bac- k I Always bears the Signature of tf;ft$p&Dox: Office ou XJCXf. - - k. -